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I quickly pushed my worries away. I was, after all, a kallah. There was enough drama going on in my life
Roizy Baum
Real Life
When you don’t tell people, they are oblivious to how deeply you are suffering
Beth Perkel
All I Ask
"He’s scruffy and unkempt, and all the mothers are terrified of what might happen. You’ve got to get rid of him”
Ruti Kepler
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“One small problem. I don’t remember what he looks like,” said Yonatan
Ruti Kepler
Encounters
Instead of being in the kitchen frying latkes, I’d be lying post-surgery in hospital, deprived of the simchah of the chag.
Ann Goldberg
Encounters
A trip back to a Polish village digs up a miracle story of hope and bravery against all odds
Devorah Stettin
Shul of My Youth
Rabbi Paysach Krohn remembers the shul of his youth
Baila Rosenbaum
Shul of My Youth
For some reason my father chose to become a member at Dukes Place, and that was our shul
Riki Goldstein
Communities
As I sit with a group of men representing four decades of the yeshivah, they all have one thing in common: Scranton guy. How did the yeshivah create that glue?
Eytan Kobre
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A historic dedication heralds new hope for Budapest’s Jews
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